Local Design Phenomenon. In the 1920s and 1930s a local repertoire of Art-Nouveau and Art-Deco motifs appeared in the Jewish Orthodox neighborhoods of Zichron Moshe & Mekor Baruch, and their surroundings . These motifs are prevalent mainly in the wrought-iron gates, window grilles and railings, and differs from those in Bauhaus Style buildings in areas such as Rehavia and the Triangle in the City Center. They also differ from Art-Nouveau motifs in the affluent Arab neighborhoods in South West Jerusalem. I have taken the liberty of naming this specific local Jerusalem style Jewish Art-Nouveau and Jewish Art-Deco.